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crash, breaking glass and a window, and he grabbed his handgun. lt. dan mcgrath lvmpd after the homeowner grabbed his gun - he started heading downstairs to see what the ruckus was about. on his way down - he encountered a young man he had never seen before - and fired several shots at him. that suspect fled through a window - even as he suffered gunshot wounds. but immediately after - another man started coming up the staircase. the homeowner fired at him also - but this time the gunshots were deadly. police responded to two emergency calls. one from the homeowner saying he shot two people and another from his neighbor saying there's a wounded man in his backward. both young men were only 17 years old. the survivor is in critical condition at umc. when police arrived - they also apprehended a 13- year-old boy who they say never went inside
assist in the break-in. that suspect is unharmed and so is the homeowner. while we were on scene - we spoke to a woman who got to the scene hours after the incident - claiming to be the step mother of one of the 17-year-olds, but metro would not give her the names of the victims because they're all minors. "just instinct. you know how parents have that gut instinct? yea." andrea adams lvmpd about an hour ago on the other side of the crime scene - we spotted the step mom become frantic suddenly - rushing into her vehicle - and taking off. it seemed like she got the news she was dreading - but that has yet to be confirmed. reporting live - michael burton - channel 13 action news one man is dead and another could face criminal charges....
happened at a valley condo complex this morning. contact 13 investigative reporter stephanie zepelin has details on a shooting at the complex off fort apache and sahara. police say a man and woman were locked in one of the units at the complex behind me...when a man started pounding against their door. police say the man, in his 20s, was yelling and banging against their door, trying to get inside. the occupants warned him they had a gun, before firing several shots, hitting, and killing the man outside. people who live in the area are concerned because of what happened. but also because of how the suspect got inside to begin with. 09.27.30 my curiosityt is at a peak because i dont know how they got in here 34 they can't get through the gates 35 there's an exit on sahara but you would have to climb over a wall and it would kind of be ridiculous 44 you can't go underneath it 45 unless the guy
the biggest question tonight is whether the man in the unit was justified in shooting the person outside banging on this door. we spoke to a former metro lieutenant...who says it all comes down to one thing. we have that for you at six. live at fort apache and sahra, soc. an action news update tonight. metro police have identified a suspect in the murder of 27-year-old da-shawn antwon fouch hawkins from san jose, california. 23-year-old de angelo mathews faces one count of open murder. mathews was already in custody at the clark county detention center on an unrelated incident. police had been searching for a suspect since hawkins was discovered dead from an apparent head injury in the valet area of the paris hotel and casino back in may. this all happened after the "fight of the century" between floyd mayweather jr. and manny pacquiao. action news is tracking the
youre taking a live look outside right now as temperatures are dropping just before christmas...leaving the question...could we see some snow flurries? action news meteorologist karla huelga has more on what's ahead. karla? a big change in the weather is headed to las vegas. christmas eve will be a nice day with temperatures dead on normal for this time of year and mostly sunny skies. very strong winds will push in later in the day with gusts increasing to about 35mph and wind advisories possible for the area. a low pressure area will dive to the south towards las vegas bringing the chance for some rain showers to the area overnight into christmas morning. the best chance for rain
lincoln county and in the mountains surrounding the valley. new on action news live at 5 a husband trying to stop a car that's dragging his wife down the street. a new devastating detail we've learned about sunday's deadly crash on the strip. this as suspect lakeisha holloway appears in court for the first time. action news reporter mahsa saeidi ... is live from the strip ...with the frantic moments. mahsa? it happened on this stretch. jessica valenzuela trapped under the suspect's car. her husband begging for holloway to stop. trying to save her wife. but she died. tonight - holloway remains behind bars. the da saying there's no explanation for what she's done. holloway is being held without bond and has yet to enter a plea. she'll be back in court january 20th.
valley road. boulder highway has seen 14 fatalities this year, including 8 pedestrians. the nevada department of transportation plans to install an overhead flashing light and danish- offset median island near the eastside cannery. the speed limit will also be lowered from 55 miles per hour to 45 miles per hour along a 2 mile stretch from galleria drive north. coming up, we'll have the latest from the campaign trail... ...where the war of words is
candidates donald trump and hillary clinton. we'll have the latest controversial comments from the g-o-p frontrunner. an update on a story you asked us to investigate.. after a family lost everything in a fire yesterday -- the apartment company bent over backwards to find them a new place.. and it's all thanks to our investigation..stay with us.
using a sexually derogatory to describe hillary clinton's loss to barack obama in 2008. trump claims the term he used was "not vulgar" and used frequently in new york politics. he's lashing out at the mainstream media-- blaming it for mischaracterizing his comment. but hillary clinton's campaign calls it "degrading language" and "disgusting sexist slurs." sot- (clinton) you're looking at somebody who's had a lot of terrible things to say about me// and that's why it's important to stand up to bullies wherever they are, and why we shouldn't let anybody bully his way into the presidency. despite repeated controversies over trump's rhetoric...a brand new national poll shows he maintains his commanding lead in the republican race... at 39 percent black lives matter protesters tried to shut down the minneapolis...saint paul ...airport earlier today. they moved to the airport after a brief rally atatthe mall of america, the nation's largest
attention to the police shooting of jamar clark in minneapolis last month. in protest, the mall closed some stores early, even though it's one of the busiest shopping days of the year. this is the second year in a row the mall of america shut down in protest of a killing...last year, hundreds of people rallied over the shooting death of michael brown from ferguson, missouri. still ahead.,..a devestating fire tears through a valley family's apartment, destroying everything. how the community is pitching in to help them out through the holiday's. it's a story you asked us to investigate. caught on camera. a coyote running loose through an airport. how long ran wild before officials could catch the animal a wily coyote somehow found a
airport. surveillance video shows the coyote running through the baggage terminal. it's possible he walked through one of the airport doors just like anyone else. animal control was called in and they managed to wrangle up the coyote... but only after what must've felt like a long 45 minutes of trying. an update to a story that you asked us to investigate....that you'll see only on action news. a fire destroys an apartment just days before christmas. the family barely making it out alive...their smoke alarms not working during that blaze, a neighbor coming to the rescue. today - the complex managers are making it right. action news reporter... yasmeen hassan... has the story. let me show just how deveststing this fire was.
roof on the ground there still still crime scene tape left entire roof may collapse still. part of the reason the fire got so out of control is the smoke detectors were not working. new management just took over this property days ago. since the fire - the family who was living here tells me the company has been bending over backwards to make everything right. maintince crews are going door to door, checking everyone's alarms. they even brought in a crew to make sure the family could move into a new home in time for the holidays. but it's not just the property managers who are stepping up. the whole communoty is rallying behind the family - bringing by clothes, gift cards, even christmas decorations so their 2 year old can still believe in holiday spirit. kristopher youts home destroyed in fire ((we've had people that we only know in passing. people that we've never met. places we didn't even know existed have all come together to help and it's a little overwhelming.)) obviously a devastating situation especially just a few days
the family tells me they think they lost everything but honestly they're not sure. they're not even allowed to go inside the apartment because it's so unsafe. they tell me the silver lining here though is that this has at least restored their faith in humanity a little bit. reporting yasmeen hassan channel 13 action news. as always.. if you have an issue or problem you'd like us to check out.. send us an email to email@example.com om and be sure to include your phone number. police in henderson are asking for your help, tracking two car thieves. take a good look at your screen. police say these two men stole a black honda from a circle k near boulder highway and warm springs. officers say the victim told them the car was unlocked and running. if you recognize either of these men, call henderson police. metro police are releasing pictures of four robbery suspects. authorities tells us.... about two weeks ago, the men you see on your screen broke
police say the crooks quote, "took large crates of merchandise by force." if you have any information on these men, call police. today is the "busiest travel day on the roads and skies" this holiday season... and timing couldn't be worse for so many with extreme weather battering much of the country. from new orleans to chicago... 68 million americans are in the path of possible tornados, flooding and snow tonight. gusty winds tore through california... those winds- strong enough to pick up and toss nearly a dozen tractor trailers.. driving conditions.. also trecherous in colorado.. and this was the scene in utah.. white out conditions.. after parts of the state got 24 inches of snow in just 24 hours. adlib let's go to meteorologist karla huelga and 'weather first.' a big change in the weather is headed to las vegas. christmas eve will
dead on normal for this time of year and mostly sunny skies. very strong winds will push in later in the day with gusts increasing to about 35mph and wind advisories possible for the area. a low pressure area will dive to the south towards las vegas bringing the chance for some rain showers to the area overnight into christmas morning. the best chance for rain showers will be to the north in lincoln county and in the mountains surrounding the valley. snow levels will start relatively low - around 4500' and falling to around 3000' which means there's a chance for some snow showers is possible behind the rain showers as some very cold air pushes in behind the low. that storm will bring some very cold air into the las vegas valley for christmas and beyond with high temperatures barely making it out of the 40s for christmas day and will remain in the mid and upper 40s for saturday and sunday. the skies will stay mostly cloudy from sunday onwards with very cool temperatures sticking
the problems are getting worse for japanese ..air bag maker... takata -- the u-s transportation authority has confirmed that an eighth person has died because of the faulty airbags. authorities say the teen passed away back in july -- but until last week.. the family wasn't aware that his honda accord was involved in the takata recall. here in the u-s, 23-million air bag inflators have been recalled. home sales went up in november, but only because fewer people bought new homes in october than intially reported. the housing market has strengthened for much of this year, although it has noticeably cooled off since september. for the year....
half percent.... helped by job growth and relatively low mortgage rates. contact 13 is ready to help you with a consumer problem. just call one of our volunteers any weekday between 11am and 1pm at 368-2255. we'll be right back with a final check on your forecast from karla. you're watching channel 13 action news... where you ask and we investigate... stay with us.
sunny skies. very strong winds will push in later in the day with gusts to the south towards las vegas the best chance for rain coming up tonight on action news live at 6... major changes are on the way when it comes to airport security. why airport security workers will soon be able to force you to go through a full-body scanner. why a rooftop solar installation company will no longer be installing and selling solar panels here in nevada
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